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3 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Rolling three dice 2012-01-26 From Aishwarya:A red, a blue and a green die are all thrown at the same time. Display all the possible outcomes in a suitable way. Find the probability of obtaining:- 1. A total of 18 on the three dice 2. a total of 4 on the three dice 3. a total of 10 on the three dice 4. a total of 15 on the three dice 5. a total of 7 on the three dice 6. the same number on each die..Answered by Robert Dawson.     Three dice 2004-05-10 From A student:If one has 3, 6 sided dice what is the probability of the numbers that are rolled to total 4 through 10 inclusively? Subsequent to this, what is the probability to do this consecutively...say 3 times?Answered by Peny Nom.     Three dice 2001-01-03 From John Read:I have three dice (A, B, C.) Three sides of each dice are blank. Three sides of each dice have a number. When the dice are thrown, it must be possible to result in the numbers 1 to 49 in any combinations without doubling up on any figure. i.e. Different combinations resulting in the same end number. I managed to get from 1 to 47 before getting stuck. Answered by Claude Tardif.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français